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Keep picking summer-sown salads to prevent the plants running to seed Plant garlic cloves outside or in modular seed trays ready to plant out later this autumnCover herbs like basil and parsley with cloches, or bring potted ones under cover
as they ripenEase onions from the soil with a forkFinish pruning trained forms of apple treesFruit & vegPlant prepared hyacinth bulbs in special hyacinth vases Sow parsley in modular traysWater crops in growing bags and potsGreenhouse30 minutesLearn how to layer
the flowerhead shape of Cow Parsley. The leaves resemble those of a rose 3s and 5 s- see the left near the bottom,.It has grown to 7ft tall with lots of beautiful dusky maroon umbels- just opening now..............Look forward tot he experts opinion... Actaea
is a pic of my planter any ideas welcome. I have a big blue pipe it's quite wide and tall think I'm going to drill holes down one side and stick strawberries in them any body no a good variety to grow this way? I have planted strawberries in long
. Choose large plants for instant impact.More advice on growing herbsHow to pick herbs effectively.Learn about medicinal herbs.Planting up a hanging basket with parsley and tomatoes.Potting up a window box with herbs.Propagating lavender and rosemary.
well and of course it is great for growing seeds in until they are ready to go into the vegetable beds. However, there must be other things I could use it for in the prime growing season. Does anyone have any good ideas? I would love to fill it full
the dead bits of rosemary and hope it pulls through.In the meantime, my annual herbs (basil, coriander and flat-leaf parsley) are coming on well. These I grow in grow bags with the tomatoes, along with more chives (which I once read can help improve
Hi All, First time to the forums. I'm just getting into gardening. I'm trying to find some long pots/planters that I could have indoors on my windowsill to take advantage of the warm growing space (not quite got the greenhouse sorted yet. Any
parsley, dill and rocket as they're no trouble to grow.
Anyone have any suggestions as to what, if any, vegetables or fruit are suitable for a shady area? Not many cope well with shade but salads don't lik eto be baked so I grow min in the shadiest bed although it does get full sun around the summer